CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE

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1 CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE As amended April, 1. (11) COST $.00

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLE I. DEFINITION... 1 Section A. NAME... 1 Section B. CONTINUITY... 1 Section C. PURPOSES... 1 Section D. DEMOCRATIC VOTERS... Section E. HIGHEST FINISHING DEMOCRAT... ARTICLE II. MEMBERSHIP... Section A. TYPES OF MEMBERS Elected Members.... Appointed Members.... Ex-Officio Members.... Regular Members.... Alternate Members.... Associate Members... Section B. SEATING OF MEMBERS... Section C. TERMINATION OF MEMBERSHIP Voluntary Termination.... Termination for Lack of Attendance.... Termination for Failure to Pay Dues.... Termination for Additional Grounds... Section D. FILLING OF VACANCIES... ARTICLE III. DUES... Section A. PAYMENT OF DUES... Section B. DEFERRAL OR WAIVER OF DUES... ARTICLE IV. OFFICERS... Section A. OFFICERS OF THIS COMMITTEE... Section B. DUTIES OF OFFICERS Chair.... Vice-Chair (Male) and Vice-Chair (Female).... Regional Vice-Chair.... Recording Secretary.... Corresponding Secretary.... Controller.... Parliamentarian... 1 ARTICLE V. ELECTIONS AND RECALL... 1 Section A. OFFICERS OF THIS COMMITTEE... 1 Section B. REGIONAL VICE-CHAIRS... 1 Section C. ASSEMBLY DISTRICT DELEGATION OFFICERS... 1 Section D. REPRESENTATIVES TO STATE COMMITTEE... Section E. RECALL OF OFFICERS... ARTICLE VI. TREASURER AND LEGAL COUNSEL... Section A. TREASURER... Section B. LEGAL COUNSEL... -ii-

3 ARTICLE VII. COMMITTEES... Section A. POLICY COMMITTEE... Section B. OTHER STANDING COMMITTEES... Section C. NOTICE AND RULES... 1 Section D. AUDIT COMMITTEE... Section E. CHAIR'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE... Section F. REMOVAL OF MEMBERS FROM POLICY COMMITTEE... ARTICLE VIII. BUDGET AND FINANCE... Section A. BUDGET... Section B. EXPENDITURES... Section C. RECEIPTS... 1 ARTICLE IX. MEETINGS... 1 Section A. REGULAR MEETINGS... 1 Section B. SPECIAL MEETINGS... 1 Section C. EMERGENCY MEETINGS... Section D. PROCEDURES... Section E. GENERAL POLICIES... 1 Section F. NOTICE... 1 ARTICLE X. CANDIDATE NOMINATION... ARTICLE XI. ENDORSEMENT... Section A. GENERAL PROVISIONS Definition and Jurisdiction of Endorsement Recommendation Committee.... Percentage Required for Endorsement or Recommendation for Endorsement.... Validity of Written Ballot.... Calculation of Percentages.... Prohibition on Multiple Endorsements.... Only One Form of Endorsement.... Prohibition on Supporting or Endorsing Non-Democrats.... Notice of Endorsement Proceedings, Service of Standard Candidate Questionnaire & Proof of Service..... Notification of Committee Actions and Recommendations.... Conflict of Interest Provisions.... Quorum Participation of Alternate Members.... Exclusive Procedure.... Binding Nature of Rules... Section B. PREREQUISITES TO CANDIDATE ENDORSEMENT PROCESS Initiation of Endorsement Process.... Restriction on Timing of Endorsement.... Administrative Fees for Endorsement & Waiver.... Submission of Completed Candidate Questionnaires.... Eligibility of Candidates for Endorsement.... Candidate Recruitment Track and Early Endorsement Procedure... Section C. ENDORSEMENT RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEES AND PROCESS Regional Endorsement Coordinators Calendar Endorsement Recommendation Committee Meetings, Options and Actions... 1 Section D. ENDORSEMENT PROCESS... -iii-

4 . Presentation of Endorsement Recommendation Committee Report.... Severance.... Order of Consideration.... Debate.... Failure to Adopt Endorsement Committee Recommendation.... Waiver of Written Ballot.... Failure to Endorse.... Determination of Publication... Section E. CHALLENGES Challenges to Recommendation and Endorsement Process.... Appeals and Determinations of Challenges... Section F. COMMUNICATION OF REGISTRATION STATUS... Section G. SPECIAL PROCEDURES FOR RUNOFF/GENERAL ELECTIONS IN WHICH THIS COMMITTEE HAS NO ENDORSED CANDIDATE AND A CANDIDATE ELIGIBLE FOR ENDORSEMENT IN THE INITIAL/PRIMARY ELECTION REMAINS ELIGIBLE FOR ELECTION Continued Endorsement of Candidates Still Eligible for Election Who Were Endorsed in the First Round of Voting.... Endorsement in the Second Round of Voting for Races in Which No Endorsed Candidate is Still Eligible for Election... Section H. PROVISIONS FOR POLICY COMMITTEE ENDORSEMENT IN SPECIAL ELECTIONS Section I. RECALL Motion to Support or Oppose Recall.... Motion to Endorse Successor Candidate... Section J. PROCEDURE FOR RECONSIDERATION, RESCISSION OR REVOCATION OF ENDORSEMENT Intent.... Sole Method.... Process for Reconsideration, Rescission, or Revocation of an Endorsement Position... ARTICLE XII. RESOLUTIONS... 1 Section A. INTRODUCTION... 1 Section B. PASSAGE... ARTICLE XIII. REGIONS... Section A. COMPOSITION... Section B. DUTIES... Section C. MEMBERSHIP... Section D. MEETINGS... ARTICLE XIV. ASSEMBLY DISTRICT DELEGATIONS... Section A. MEMBERSHIP... Section B. MEETINGS... Section C. RULES... ARTICLE XV. CHARTERS... Section A. AUTHORITY... Section B. GRANTING... Section C. DENIAL AND REVOCATION... Section D. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS... ARTICLE XVI. AMENDMENTS... -iv-

5 LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS ARTICLE I. DEFINITION Section A. NAME The name of this organization shall be the LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE (LACDCC). It shall be referred to herein as This Committee. 1 Section B. CONTINUITY This Committee is, and shall function as, a continuing body. To that end, upon the election of new officers or appointment of new chairs, of their removal from office, resignation or 1 protracted illness, the Chair shall appoint two () officers or chairs of This Committee, whose responsibility shall be to ensure the safe and intact transfer of all records, correspondence, files, books, financial records and documents as they pertain to This 1 Committee to the newly elected or appointed officers or chairs to ensure the continued operation and function of said office and/or committee. 1 Section C. PURPOSES 1. To serve as the official governing body of the Democratic Party in the County of Los Angeles in cooperation with the State and National Committees.. To conduct the Democratic Party campaign in the County of Los Angeles under the general direction of the State Central Committee. 0. To build party organization on district, regional, and county levels to register voters 1 as Democrats and turn out Democratic voters.. To encourage the fullest possible participation of all Democratic voters.. To develop party policies and positions and to communicate them to the public and to all officeholders.. To provide a forum for the study and discussion of public issues. 0. To conduct a public relations program for the Democratic Party throughout 1 Los Angeles County and to represent the Democratic Party within the county.. To interview, develop and endorse Democratic candidates for public office.. To nominate a qualified Democrat to fill any vacancy occurring in a party nominee position within this county where applicable law so allows.. To charter Democratic organizations within Los Angeles County. 0. To ensure, as far as possible, the election of the Democratic Party 1 Nominees for President and Vice-President of the United States and candidates endorsed by the National, State or applicable County Democratic Party. -1- (Amended April, 1)

6 1. To perform such other duties and services as will benefit the Democratic Party. Section D. DEMOCRATIC VOTERS As used in these Constitution and By-Laws, the terms Democrat, Democratic voter and registered Democrat refer to a voter who has indicated a preference for the Democratic Party on her/his voter registration form. Section E. HIGHEST FINISHING DEMOCRAT 1 As used in these Constitution and By-Laws, the term Highest Finishing Democrat refers to the registered Democrat who receives the most votes in the most recent general election for the offices of United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, a California state constitutional office, the California State Senate or the California Assembly. 1 In the event no registered Democrat appears on the ballot in the most recent general election for one (1) of these offices, the Highest Finishing Democrat shall be the Democrat who received the most votes in the primary election for the most recent general 1 election for that office. 1 ARTICLE II. MEMBERSHIP Section A. TYPES OF MEMBERS There are five () types of members of This Committee: Elected Members, Appointed Members, Ex-Officio Members (all of which are classified as "Regular Members"), Alternate Members, and Associate Members. Their rights and duties are as specified within Elected Members a. In accordance with Section of the Election Code each Assembly District contained wholly or partially within Los Angeles County shall be entitled to be represented by seven () members residing in and elected from that portion of the Assembly District contained within Los Angeles County. b. In accordance with Section of the Election Code This Committee may provide for the division of some or all of its constituent Assembly Districts 0 into divisions. A resident of each division will be elected to represent that 1 division, but will be elected at-large from the Assembly District. Upon petition by a majority of the Regular Members of an Assembly District Delegation This Committee will authorize that District to be divided into seven () equally populated divisions effective at the next election of members of This Committee (subject to the deadline imposed by the County Registrar of Voters). Upon petition to This Committee by a majority of the Regular Members of an Assembly District divided into divisions, that District will no longer be so divided Appointed Members a. A registered Democrat residing in an Assembly District may be appointed -- (Amended April, 1)

7 by This Committee to fill a vacancy occurring in that Assembly District. b. This Committee may appoint only a person who has been recommended by the Delegation of that District, except that if the Delegation fails to make a recommendation within three () months of the occurrence of the vacancy, This Committee may appoint any registered Democrat residing in the District who is recommended by the Policy Committee. c. Appointed members shall be entitled to the same rights and privileges as Elected Members of This Committee except that they must use the designation "Appointed Incumbent" rather than "Incumbent" upon seeking election to This Committee.. Ex-Officio Members a. Ex-Officio Members of This Committee shall be the following, if registered to vote in Los Angeles County: (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) Incumbent office holders of the following offices who are registered to vote as Democrats: United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, a California state constitutional office, the California Assembly or the California State Senate; The most recent Highest Finishing Democrat for the following offices: United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, a California state constitutional office, the California Assembly or the California State Senate; Statewide Chairs or Presidents of official or chartered statewide Democratic Party Organizations; Members of the Democratic National Committee; State Officers of the California Democratic Party; Assembly District Representatives to the Executive Board of the California Democratic Party; The Chair of This Committee at the expiration of the immediately preceding term of office for Elected Members of This Committee; The Treasurer of This Committee, appointed under Article VI.A; and, The Legal Counsel of This Committee, appointed under Article VI. B. b. Incumbent office holders of, and the Highest Finishing Democrat for the offices of, the United States House of Representatives, the State Board of Equalization, the State Senate, and the State Assembly whose districts extend into Los Angeles County, but who are themselves not registered to vote in Los Angeles County, shall have the right to appoint a voting alternate, provided such alternate is registered to vote in Los Angeles -- (Amended April, 1)

8 County. c. The term of office of Ex-Officio Members whose membership in This Committee is based on their status as the Highest Finishing Democrat shall be as follows: The Highest Finishing Democrat serves on This Committee until the end of the term of office of the office for which that member was a candidate or, in the case of an office in which the officeholder s term is cut short (by, for example, death or resignation of the officeholder), until the seating of a successor. So, for example, the Highest Finishing Democrat in a State Senate race held in remains seated until December unless the current officeholder s term is cut short for some reason. No one is the Highest Finishing Democrat until a general election has been held. As a result, the Highest Finishing Democrat in an election cycle is not to be seated until after the certification of the general election results for the office for which that person was a candidate. So, for example, the Highest Finishing Democrat in a race for Board of Equalization in is not seated until after the certification of the general election results in November even if no Democrat makes it to the general election ballot. d. Ex-Officio Members shall be entitled to the same rights and privileges as Elected Members of This Committee except that they may not use the designation of "Incumbent" upon seeking election to This Committee.. Regular Members a. A Regular Member is any Elected, Appointed or Ex-Officio Member of This Committee. b. Any Regular Member who wishes to exercise membership rights including the right to appoint an Alternate Member must meet the dues requirement of This Committee. c. A Regular Member is a member of the Assembly District Delegation and Region for the Assembly District in which she/he resides.. Alternate Members a. Any Regular Member in good standing may appoint an Alternate Member, subject to the approval of This Committee, who shall serve at the member's pleasure, upon presentation of written authorization to the Chair of the Credentials Committee. Except at the Organizational Meeting, such appointment shall not be submitted to This Committee for approval unless the Chair of the Credentials Committee has been notified of the appointment at least fifteen () days prior to the meeting at which the appointment is to be announced. b. An Alternate Member for an Elected or Appointed Member must reside in -- (Amended April, 1)

9 the same Assembly District. An Alternate Member for an Ex-Officio Member must reside in that political subdivision of Los Angeles County which the Appointing Member was elected to represent or for which the Appointing Member was the Highest Finishing Democrat. c. An Alternate Member shall meet the same dues requirement of This Committee as a Regular Member. d. An Alternate Member has right of voice and motion at meetings of This Committee even if the Appointing Member is present but may vote only in the absence of that member. An Alternate Member may serve on a standing or special committee with a Regular Member; may serve as a representative of This Committee to the State Committee or its Executive Board, provided all Regular Members who are candidates for representative are first given the opportunity to be elected; but may not be elected or appointed to serve as an officer of This Committee. e. An Alternate Member shall be considered a member of the Assembly District Delegation and Region for the Assembly District and Region in which the Appointing Member resides except where an Alternate Member is a voting alternate for the Highest Finishing Democrat or a Democratic officeholder whose District extends into Los Angeles County but who is not himself /herself registered to vote in Los Angeles County. In the case of such an exception, the voting Alternate Member shall be considered a member of the Assembly District Delegation and Region in which the voting Alternate Member is registered to vote.. Associate Members a. An Associate Member shall have the right to voice, but not to make motions or vote, on matters before This Committee. In addition, Associate Members shall have the right to be appointed to a special or Standing Committee, except for any committee which authorizes the expenditure of campaign funds, which determines campaign strategy or execution or which recommends endorsements. Associate Members shall have full rights when serving in such a capacity, except they shall not serve as chairs or co-chairs of Standing Committees. b. An Associate Member shall meet the same dues requirement of This Committee as an Alternate Member. c. Each club chartered by This Committee shall have the right to designate one (1) of the club's members as an Associate Member. This designation may be revoked upon written notice by the club to This Committee. In addition, the Chair of This Committee shall have the right to nominate Associate Members who, in the Chair's opinion, possess qualifications or skills that would assist in meeting the objectives of This Committee. -- (Amended April, 1)

10 (iii) (iv) Section B. SEATING OF MEMBERS Upon verification of the Democratic Party voter registration of the designee or nominee and that the designee or nominee has not been removed from membership in This Committee during the current term, The Policy Committee shall ratify or reject the designee or nominee. Upon ratification and payment of dues, the individual will become an Associate Member as of the next meeting of This Committee at least fifteen () days after ratification. The Associate Member's term will expire at the end of the term. d. Upon ratification, the Chair of This Committee may appoint Associate Members to a special or Standing Committee of This Committee. e. On no committee of This Committee, including any special committees, shall more than twenty percent (%) of its membership be Associate Members of This Committee. f. Associate Members shall be considered nonvoting members of the Assembly District in which they reside, but shall not be considered members of that delegation for purposes of allocation of Standing Committee assignments under Article VII.B Section C. TERMINATION OF MEMBERSHIP Elected and Ex-Officio Members of This Committee shall be seated on the second Monday in July following the primary election in which members of This Committee are elected. The meeting at which such seating takes place shall be known as the Organizational Meeting of This Committee.. Appointed Members shall be seated immediately upon appointment, and Alternate Members shall be seated immediately upon approval, by This Committee. 1. Voluntary Termination A member may tender his or her resignation only in writing.. Termination for Lack of Attendance a. For purposes of this Article II.C. (Termination for Lack of Attendance), a member who attends a meeting of This Committee or has his/her alternate attend in his/her place shall be counted as present, not absent. b. The absence of an Elected or Appointed Member from three () regular meetings of This Committee within a term year (July to June) shall automatically terminate the membership of that member. c. It is the duty of all members to attend all meetings of This Committee and any Standing Committees to which they are appointed and to assure that their attendance at all such meetings is recorded. -- (Amended April, 1)

11 d. A notice shall be sent to an Elected or Appointed Member after his/her second absence in a term year warning of the automatic termination of that member's membership if the member fails to attend a third meeting in that term year.. Termination for Failure to Pay Dues a. The Controller shall certify to the Chair of the Credentials Committee the fact of nonpayment of dues of any Elected or Appointed Member within sixty (0) days of the date on which the dues were payable. b. A notice shall be sent via Certified Mail stating the amount owing and stating that if the amount is not paid within ten () days of receipt of the notice the membership is automatically terminated. c. Unless the dues set forth in the notice are paid within the ten () days, the member's membership will be automatically terminated, the member will be notified in writing and the termination will be announced at the next regular meeting of This Committee.. Termination for Additional Grounds a. The additional grounds for termination of membership are as follows: (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) A member supports a non-democratic candidate for public office; An elected official or Appointed Member moves out of the Assembly District; Death or mental incapacity; A member ceases to be a registered Democrat in Los Angeles County; A member commits This Committee to unauthorized expenditures; Knowing membership in an organization which should under California Election Code, Sec. 1 and/or Article XV of these Constitution and By-Laws, be chartered, but does not have such a charter and does not have an application for charter pending; A member's financial obligation to This Committee (other than dues) are more than thirty (0) days past due from the date written notice of failure to meet such obligation has been given by the Controller of This Committee to said member. A member may, to avoid removal, bring any such obligation current at any time prior to actual removal. An administrative fee to cover costs of processing, not to exceed Five Dollars ($.00) plus any bank charges, may be assessed in addition to the actual obligation. b. Except in the case of death or mental incapacity the Policy Committee shall not declare the termination of a membership under one (1) of these -- (Amended April, 1)

12 1 1 (iii) (iii) (iv) (v) 0 (vi) 1 Section D. FILLING OF VACANCIES 0 1 additional grounds until the member has been notified by Certified Mail that she/he has the right to appear before the Policy Committee to negate the charges. c. Termination of membership under Article II.C..a.(vi) above shall only be declared upon recommendation of the Credentials Committee and a sixty percent (0%) vote of This Committee's members present and voting, provided, however, that the member is first: Informed by Certified Mail that he/she is a member of such an organization; and, Given thirty (0) days to resign said membership, or the organization in question applies for charter within said thirty (0) days; and, Accorded the due process rights of written notice of the charges against him/her, right of response before both the Credentials Committee and This Committee, and is given the right to representation by counsel. d. If the organization in question applies for a charter within the thirty (0) day time period after the member is notified as provided above, termination of membership under Article II.C..a.(vi) above shall only be recommended and declared if: The charter application is denied; and, The member is informed by Certified Mail of said denial of charter application; and, The member does not resign his/her membership in the organization in question within thirty (0) days of receipt of said notice of denial and notify This Committee of same; and, The due process rights referred to herein above have been accorded the member; and, The Credentials Committee recommends termination; and, This Committee, by sixty percent (0%) vote of those persons present and voting, votes to terminate the member's membership. e. Declaration of the termination of membership may only be overruled at the next meeting of This Committee. Upon such overruling, all acts pursuant to the acceptance of the declaration shall be voided. 1. Upon termination of the membership of any member, This Committee may appoint, at any meeting by affirmative vote of the majority of the members voting, as a member to fill that vacancy, any registered Democrat from Assembly Districts from which the member whose membership was terminated was elected or appointed. -- (Amended April, 1)

13 1 1 1 ARTICLE III. DUES 1 Section A. PAYMENT OF DUES. Upon the failure to elect from any Assembly District members sufficient in number to equal those provided in California Election Code, Section, or ineligible to be members, This Committee may appoint at any meeting by affirmative vote of the majority of the members present and voting, as members any registered Democrat from that District, so that District's representation equals the number provided for in the Election Code.. This Committee may not appoint as a member from an Assembly District one who has not been recommended by the Delegation of the District for such appointment; provided that upon the failure of that Delegation to so recommend a person during the three () months following the occurrence of the vacancy to be filled, This Committee may appoint any registered Democrat who has been recommended by the Policy Committee for such appointment.. Despite the above, once new members have been elected in the direct primary election, any vacancy shall be filled automatically by the top vote getting memberelect residing in the District not already a Regular Member of This Committee. 0 1 Section B. DEFERRAL OR WAIVER OF DUES 1. The dues of This Committee shall be established by the Policy Committee and any change in the dues must be announced to the members of This Committee not less than thirty (0) days prior to the date each year on which dues are due and payable. Dues for Elected and Ex-Officio Members shall be payable at the Organizational Meeting and in the same month of the following year.. Dues for Appointed and Alternate Members are payable upon appointment. ARTICLE IV. OFFICERS Section A. OFFICERS OF THIS COMMITTEE Any member may request in writing or in person that the Credentials Committee allow the deferral or waiver of dues on the grounds of economic hardship. Denial by the Credentials Committee may be appealed to the Policy Committee. 1. The officers of This Committee shall be a Chair, Vice-Chair (Male), Vice-Chair (Female), Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Controller, Parliamentarian, the Immediate Past Chair, and one (1) Vice-Chair from each Region. The office of Treasurer is an appointed position requiring an expert in campaign finance and reporting. As such, the Treasurer is not an officer for purposes of internal governance, but shall be a principal of This Committee for the purposes of campaign finance report filing and compliance with applicable campaign finance, tax and related law. Except for the Treasurer, no officer of This Committee may be an employee of This Committee.. Any Regular Member in good standing of This Committee is eligible to be an officer of This Committee. -- (Amended April, 1)

14 . The following officers of This Committee shall be elected: a Chair, Vice-Chair (Male), Vice-Chair (Female), Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Controller, and one (1) Vice-Chair from each Region. The following officers shall not be elected: Immediate Past Chair, who serves by virtue of his/her status as such, and the Parliamentarian, who shall be appointed by the Chair of This Committee. Section B. DUTIES OF OFFICERS 1. Chair 1 a. The Chair shall be chief executive of This Committee with full power to enforce the provisions of these Constitution and By-Laws. She/he shall chair the Policy Committee and shall perform such other duties as are 1 usually incident to the office. b. The Chair shall preside at all meetings of This Committee and the Policy Committee, shall appoint, and may at his/her discretion remove, a 1 Parliamentarian, Chairs of Standing Committees and such special committees as are required to carry out the program of This Committee, a 1 Newsletter Editor, an Internet Coordinator, Fair Booth Coordinator, Legal Counsel, a Treasurer and a Sergeant-at-Arms. c. Appointments to the offices described in Article IV.B.1.b., above, shall be subject to confirmation by the Policy Committee. Upon signed, written petition from two () or more Policy Committee members, the Policy Committee, by two-thirds (/) majority vote, may overturn the Chair s decision to remove from office any of the above appointees. 0 d. The Chair shall be an Ex-Officio Member of all standing and special 1 committees.. Vice-Chair (Male) and Vice-Chair (Female) a. The Vice-Chair (Male) and Vice-Chair (Female) shall perform the duties and have the powers of the Chair when the latter is unable to act. In the event of the removal, resignation or death of the Chair, the Vice-Chair of the opposite sex shall exercise the powers and duties of the Chair. At the next 0 meeting for which due notice can be given, an election shall be held for the 1 office of Chair. Each Vice-Chair shall assist in the performance of the duties of the Chair upon request.. Regional Vice-Chair a. The Regional Vice-Chairs shall represent This Committee's Chair on all matters referred to them by him/her. b. The Regional Vice-Chair shall coordinate work of This Committee in their 0 Regions and shall assist the Chairs of the Assembly District Delegations in 1 their Regions. -- (Amended April, 1)

15 c. The Regional Vice-Chairs shall preside over the meetings of their Regions. d. Each Regional Vice-Chair shall appoint members of This Committee resident in his/her Region to each Standing Committee as provided in elsewhere in these Constitution and By-Laws. e. Each Regional Vice-Chair shall oversee the activities of such Standing Committees as the Chair of This Committee assigns.. Recording Secretary a. The Recording Secretary shall be the recording officer of This Committee and the Policy Committee and the custodian of their records, except as otherwise provided. b. The Recording Secretary shall attest to all official actions of This Committee such as the election of officers, and termination and appointment of members and all such matters that require official attestation. c. The Recording Secretary shall keep the roll of the membership of This Committee and of the Policy Committee. d. In the event of a vacancy in the office of Recording Secretary, an election shall be held to fill the vacancy at the next meeting for which due notice can be given.. Corresponding Secretary a. The Corresponding Secretary shall conduct the correspondence of This Committee and of the Policy Committee, except as otherwise provided. b. The Corresponding Secretary shall send out notices and minutes of the meetings of This Committee and of the Policy Committee. c. The Corresponding Secretary shall take the roll at meetings of This Committee and of the Policy Committee. d. In the event of a vacancy in the office of Corresponding Secretary, an election shall be held to fill the vacancy at the next meeting for which due notice can be given. e. The Corresponding Secretary shall perform other duties as directed by This Committee, the Policy Committee or the Chair.. Controller a. The Controller shall be responsible for preparing a budget as set forth in Article VIII.A. herein below. b. The Controller shall have the right to inspect all financial records upon demand. -- (Amended April, 1)

16 . Parliamentarian 1 ARTICLE V. ELECTIONS AND RECALL 1 Section A. OFFICERS OF THIS COMMITTEE 1 1 Section B. REGIONAL VICE-CHAIRS c. The Controller shall present written Financial Summaries comparing year to date actual receipts, disbursements and balances with year to date budgeted receipts, disbursements, and balances to This Committee on a Quarterly basis and to the Policy Committee at each of its regular meetings. a. The Parliamentarian's duties shall be those usually performed by such officer and such other duties as the Chair, the Policy Committee, or This Committee may assign. The Parliamentarian, shall, at the request of the Chair, render an opinion on all questions pertaining to these Constitution and By-Laws and the procedures of This Committee when requested. 1. The Chair, Vice-Chair (Male), Vice Chair (Female), Secretaries, and Controller shall be elected at the Organizational Meeting by all Regular Members of This Committee.. Nominations for these offices shall be accepted at the Organizational Meeting. A member may nominate himself/herself.. Rules for the election shall be established by the Rules and Legal Committee subject to approval by the Policy Committee Section C. ASSEMBLY DISTRICT DELEGATION OFFICERS Each Regional Vice-Chair shall be elected within thirty (0) days after the Organizational Meeting of This Committee by those members of This Committee residing in the Region. A Regional Secretary shall be elected at the same time.. Should a vacancy occur during the term of a Regional Vice-Chair, the Secretary of that Region shall notify all the members of that Region that a meeting will be held (within thirty (0) days of the declaration of the vacancy) to fill the vacancy. If the Secretary does not send the notice, the Chair may instruct the Corresponding Secretary to send the notice. The notice shall be sent no less than five () days prior to the meeting, which shall be held in the Region or in conjunction with a regular meeting of This Committee. 1. Each Assembly District Delegation shall elect a Chair and a Secretary at the Organizational Meeting of This Committee or the Delegation s first regular meeting after the Organizational Meeting.. Should a vacancy occur during the term of a Delegation Chair, the Secretary of that Delegation shall notify all the members of that Delegation that a meeting will be held (within thirty (0) days of the declaration of the vacancy) to fill the vacancy. If the Secretary does not send the notice, the Chair may instruct the Corresponding Secretary to send the notice. The notice shall be sent no less than five () days -1- (Amended April, 1)

17 prior to the meeting, which shall be in the District or in conjunction with a regular meeting of This Committee. Section D. REPRESENTATIVES TO STATE COMMITTEE 1. The regular membership of each Assembly District Delegation shall automatically be elected as This Committee's representative to the State Committee provided written intent to serve has been filed with This Committee. Any representatives apportioned to This Committee which are not so elected shall be elected at-large. The at-large Delegates shall be used to balance the Delegation as equally as possible between males and females. Alternate Members shall only be eligible for 1 election provided there are not sufficient numbers of Regular Members, who choose to stand for election, to fill the Delegation. Within these parameters, the at- large candidates for representative receiving the most votes within their respective gender category shall be deemed elected. These representatives shall serve until 1 their successors are elected, provided they remain members of This Committee. Representatives to the Executive Board of the State Committee shall be elected pursuant to the Rules adopted by This Committee consistent with the Constitution 1 and By-Laws of the State Committee and This Committee. Vacancies shall be 1 filled by election, due notice having been given. Section E. RECALL OF OFFICERS 1. Any officer of This Committee may be recalled by affirmative vote of two-thirds (/) of the eligible members present and voting provided that: a. The officer's recall has been requested by the Policy Committee or by written petition signed by thirty (0) Regular Members and containing the 0 alleged grounds for recall; 1 b. Written notice has been sent at least ten () days prior to the regular meeting stating the alleged grounds to each member; c. The officer is allowed thirty (0) minutes during which the officer and/or any persons selected by the officer shall be allowed to address this committee immediately before the vote.. The method in this Section shall be in addition to any method provided by a Region 0 for recall of its Regional Vice-Chair. 1 ARTICLE VI. TREASURER AND LEGAL COUNSEL Section A. TREASURER 1. A Treasurer may be appointed by the Chair of This Committee, subject to approval of the Policy Committee. The Treasurer may be an existing member of the Policy Committee, an employee of This Committee or an outside vender. The principal duty of the Treasurer is to prepare and execute the statements required to be filed under the political campaign finance laws to which This Committee is subject. It is 0 also a duty of the Treasurer to assure that a competent bookkeeper utilizing a 1 system with an appropriate division of duties (which, at a minimum, shall meet the -- (Amended April, 1)

18 1 1 Section B. LEGAL COUNSEL safe-harbor requirements promulgated by applicable governmental authorities) maintains the books of This Committee.. Notwithstanding any other provision of these Constitution and By-Laws, subject to the approval of the Policy Committee, the Treasurer may be compensated by This Committee, either as an employee or as independent contractor.. This Committee may enter into an indemnification agreement with the Treasurer. Any such agreement must be ratified by a vote of two-thirds (/) of This Committee of those present and voting, a quorum being present.. The Treasurer may be assisted by employee(s) or outside vendor(s) of This Committee expert in campaign finance laws to which This Committee is subject, and employee(s) or outside vendor(s), which may be the same or different from the campaign finance expert, to keep the books of This Committee. 1 1 ARTICLE VII. COMMITTEES Section A. POLICY COMMITTEE The Chair of This Committee, subject to approval by the Policy Committee, may hire or retain Legal Counsel, including a general counsel, to provide such legal services as may be required.. Notwithstanding any other provision of these Constitution and By-laws, subject to the approval of the Policy Committee, Legal Counsel may be compensated by This Committee either as an employee or as an independent contractor. 1. The Policy Committee of This Committee shall be the officers of This Committee, the Co-Chairs of Standing Committees, the Newsletter Editor, the Internet Coordinator, the Fair Booth Coordinator, the Sergeant-at-Arms and the Regional Endorsement Coordinators: a quorum being ten () members consisting of at least four () County-Wide Officers, three () Regional Vice-Chairs, and three () other members. For purposes of any Policy Committee meetings during the first sixty (0) calendar days after the Organizational Meeting of This Committee, a quorum of the Policy Committee shall consist of a majority of the County-Wide Officers and Regional Vice-Chairs who, at the time of the meeting, are current members of This Committee. While both shall have the right to speak, neither the Treasurer, nor the Legal Counsel, shall have a vote on the Policy Committee, nor count towards a quorum.. The Policy Committee shall be charged with general oversight of the operations of This Committee, including the review and approval of contracts, the hiring and termination of staff, and the resolution of complaints against officers, members, and employees of This Committee, as well as organizations chartered by This Committee.. The Policy Committee shall be responsible for formulating, and overseeing the implementation of, the general policy of This Committee. The Policy Committee may exercise any of the powers of This Committee on an emergency basis if it -- (Amended April, 1)

19 1 Section B. OTHER STANDING COMMITTEES 1 finds such action to be essential to maintenance of This Committee's operations and programs. Any emergency action requires an affirmative vote of not less than sixty percent (0%) of those members present and voting at a meeting with a quorum. The exercise of emergency powers is to be rare and reserved to situations where immediate action is genuinely essential. Nothing in this Section A. shall in any way authorize any deviation from the process for the endorsement of candidates or ballot measures set forth elsewhere in these Constitution and By-Laws. Any emergency action undertaken under the authority of this Section A. shall be reported at the next meeting of This Committee.. Any member of the Policy Committee (except for the Chair of This Committee or any member who is also a member of the Audit Committee) is eligible to serve as Treasurer of This Committee. 1. The following Standing Committees shall be established: Ballot Measures Election Protection and Oversight Organizational Chartering and Development Budget Events Program and Education Campaign Services Finance Resolutions Candidate Interview Judicial Interview Rules & Legal Community Outreach Labor Voter Registration and Development Credentials Legislative Action The Chair of This Committee shall appoint two () Co-Chairs of each Standing Committee with the consent of the Policy Committee, within sixty (0) days after the Organizational Meeting of This Committee. One (1) Co-Chair of each Standing Committee may be an Alternate Member. Additionally, the Chair of This Committee shall appoint at least one (1) additional member to each Committee, which, along with the Committee Co-Chairs shall constitute the initial membership of each Standing Committee. The Chair of This Committee shall consider geographic diversity when appointing Co-Chairs of Standing Committees. A separate process for appointments to the Budget, Finance and Audit Committees are described in Article VII.B. and Article VII.D.1.. Each Regional Vice-Chair shall appoint members of his/her Region to the following Standing Committees within sixty (0) days of the Organizational Meeting of This Committee in the following number per District: Ballot Measures... 1 per Region Campaign Services... 1 per Region Candidate Interview... 1 per AD Community Outreach... 1 per Region -- (Amended April, 1) Credentials... 1 per AD Election Protection and Oversight.. 1 per Region Events... 1 per Region Judicial Interview... 1 per Region

20 Section C. -1- (Amended April, 1) Labor...1 per Region Legislative Action... 1 per Region Organizational Chartering and Development... 1 per Region Program and Education... 1 per Region Resolutions... 1 per Region Rules & Legal... 1 per Region Voter Registration and Development... 1 per Region Any Regular or Alternate Members who wish to serve on a Standing Committee who have not been so appointed may be appointed by the Chair of This Committee. The Chair of This Committee may appoint additional members to Endorsement Recommendation Committees, except for Assembly District Delegations, to insure geographic or other diversity when considering a particular race(s).. The Budget and Finance Committees of This Committee shall each be composed of five () members of This Committee appointed by the Policy Committee.. The Chair of This Committee may, with the consent of the Policy Committee, appoint members of the Chair s Advisory Committee to any Standing Committee as non-voting member. NOTICE AND RULES 1. The Chair of This Committee may remove the Chair or any member of a Standing Committee. A Standing Committee member who misses three () consecutive meetings is considered to have resigned.. Each Standing Committee shall meet at the call of its Chair upon seven () days written notice unless such Committee meets on a regular basis at a predetermined time and place.. Each Standing Committee shall have such powers and duties as are implicit in its title and as assigned by these Constitution and By-Laws, the Chair, This Committee or the Policy Committee.. Each Standing Committee shall adopt such rules as are necessary for its own operation not inconsistent with these Constitution and By-Laws; provided that no such rule may impair the voting rights of any person duly appointed to such Standing Committee beyond any restrictions specifically set forth in these Constitution and By-Laws.. Chairs of Standing Committees may, at their discretion, form subcommittees of their Standing Committees the recommendations of which may be reported directly to This Committee; provided, however, that any such subcommittees shall have not less than three () members and appointments thereto shall be made with due consideration for the principles of fairness and inclusion to which

21 Section D. Section E. Section F. the Democratic Party is committed.. A quorum for Standing Committees shall be a majority of the filled positions with a maximum quorum requirement of one (1) Co-Chair and four () members, except with regard to Endorsement Recommendation Committees, which shall be as specified in Article XI.A.. AUDIT COMMITTEE 1. The Audit Committee shall consist of three () members appointed by the Policy Committee and approved by This Committee at the regular meeting following the Organizational Meeting. Members of the Audit Committee may not serve as Treasurer.. The members of the Audit Committee shall select the chair from among its members and so notify the Recording Secretary.. The members of the Audit Committee can be recalled in the same manner as an officer of This Committee.. The Audit Committee shall audit the financial records of This Committee at least once a year at a time determined by the Audit Committee. The chair of the Audit Committee shall report the results of the audit at the next meeting of This Committee.. The Audit Committee may inspect the financial records and reports of This Committee or any subordinated body at any time. It is an affirmative duty of the Audit Committee to assure that the Treasurer has arranged for a bookkeeper utilizing a system with an appropriate division of duties (which, at a minimum, shall meet the safe-harbor requirements promulgated by applicable governmental authorities) to maintain the books of This Committee.. The chair of the Audit Committee shall serve as member of the Policy Committee. CHAIR'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Chair of This Committee may appoint non-member Democrats residing in Los Angeles County to the Chair's Advisory Committee, which shall advise the Chair on request. REMOVAL OF MEMBERS FROM POLICY COMMITTEE 1. Notwithstanding any other provision of these Constitution and By-Laws, any member of the Policy Committee who misses three () of any four () consecutive properly noticed meetings of the Policy Committee is automatically removed from the Policy Committee. a. Any Policy Committee member subject to removal pursuant to this Section and who wishes to contest such removal must file a written appeal at least ten () days before the next regularly scheduled meeting of This Committee. At that meeting, the appeal will be heard, and shall -- (Amended April, 1)

22 be decided by a majority vote of the members of the Committee in attendance. b. In the absence of a timely-filed appeal, the Chair will announce the automatic removal of Policy Committee members removed pursuant to this Section during the Chair's report at the next regularly scheduled meeting of This Committee.. Removal of a member from the Policy Committee pursuant to this Section shall be deemed to create a vacancy in the position, which shall be filled pursuant to these Constitution and By-Laws.. This Section shall not apply to the Treasurer or to other members of the Policy Committee appointed by the Chair. ARTICLE VIII. BUDGET AND FINANCE Section A. Section B. BUDGET An annual budget shall be proposed by the Controller to the Budget Committee and to the Finance Committee in joint session. The Controller shall timely provide copies of the proposed annual budget to the chairs of all Standing Committees in sufficient time to afford each Standing Committee an opportunity for input into the final proposed budget. The Budget and Finance Committees, in joint session, shall adopt the final proposed budget and propose it to This Committee at the February meeting. EXPENDITURES 1. All appropriations and bills shall be presented to the Treasurer, who shall pay all approved budgeted bills and appropriations without further authorization. The Treasurer or the Treasurer's authorized representative or designee shall report all such expenditures at the next meeting of This Committee.. No expenditures shall be made from the general fund except as provided for in the budget. Any unbudgeted expenditures must first be referred to the Budget Committee for its approval. In exigent circumstances, the Chair and the Controller in conjunction with one (1) officer of This Committee elected on a county-wide basis by the entire Committee may authorize an unbudgeted expenditure without referral to the Budget or any other Committee, provided that they have made a specific finding that there are identifiable offsetting revenues that have a likelihood of eminent collection.. The Chair, Treasurer, Vice Chair (Male), and Vice-Chair (Female) are hereby authorized to sign checks on any account carried in the name of This Committee, provided the expenditure has been duly authorized. All checks shall require two () signatures. The Treasurer or Chair shall be a signatory on every check.. No member of This Committee shall make any financial commitment involving the expenditure of This Committee's funds other than those provided herein unless such person has been so authorized by a motion passed by This Committee specifically authorizing such expenditure or commitment. Violation of this provision shall constitute grounds for termination of the member's -- (Amended April, 1)

23 membership. Any member of This Committee may file the charges. Section C. RECEIPTS 1. All funds received either by donation or by sale of tickets or other items in connection with the activities of any Committee of This Committee shall be deposited into the Treasury of This Committee. Such funds shall then be made available to the responsible Committee chair upon request to the Treasurer of This Committee. Any unused funds shall be returned to the general fund upon completion of the Committee's activity. ARTICLE IX. MEETINGS Section A. REGULAR MEETINGS 1. This Committee shall meet on the evening of the second Tuesday of each month except the Chair may designate another weekday evening (other than a Friday) for the meeting if the second Tuesday is a legal holiday or if there falls upon the second Tuesday an event that would make holding the meeting inappropriate in the opinion of the Policy Committee. Should a regular meeting be held on any evening other than the second Tuesday of the month, the absence from such a meeting shall not count for purposes of removal from This Committee.. This Committee may cancel its next regular meeting provided that notice of such cancellation is sent to all members of This Committee at least seven () days before the date of the meeting being canceled and provided that no two () consecutive meetings are canceled.. The Organizational Meeting of This Committee shall replace the regular meeting of This Committee in July of the year following the election of new members and shall take place on the second Monday of July.. The Chair shall schedule meetings at times which provide for the maximum participation of the members.. Written notice of all regular meetings of This Committee shall be sent to all members of This Committee at least seven () days prior to each meeting. Such notice shall contain time, place and proposed agenda for the meeting. All members of the Policy Committee shall be given notice of all Policy Committee meetings in written form, which can be electronic (where the member has consented to electronic notice), or by telephone at least seven () days prior to each meeting. By that same deadline, notice of all Policy Committee meetings shall be posted on This Committee's website. All such meeting notices shall contain the time, place and proposed agenda for each meeting. Section B. SPECIAL MEETINGS 1. The Chair of This Committee may call a special meeting of This Committee on any day that is not a legal holiday. The Chair may call a special meeting of the Policy Committee on any day not a legal holiday. -1- (Amended April, 1)

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